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August 14, 2019

Auto-Graphics, Inc. The New Hampshire State Library has selected Auto-Graphics’ SHAREit, bringing the next generation in resource sharing software to the state. Auto-Graphics announced that its cloud-based resource sharing solution, SHAREit, has been selected by the New Hampshire State Library. The New Hampshire State Library, the oldest state library in the United States, will use SHAREit to support the New Hampshire Automated Information System (NHAIS) which includes the 234 public libraries in the state as well as academic, school, and special libraries. A-G has a strong history of serving statewide systems supported through state libraries. [Full Announcement].

April 1, 1999

Auto-Graphics, Inc. New Hampshire State Library selects Auto-Graphics to implement serials database and automated interlibrary loan service. [Full Announcement].

May 16, 1996

Polaris Library Systems. CyberOdyssey Group announces installation of statewide Internet system. [Full Announcement].

March 1, 1984

OCLC LS/2000: questions and answers. LS/2000 is an integrated library system that provides bibliographic file maintenance, authority control, circulation control, a sophisticated online public access catalog, and other automated services for both library staff and patrons. The system is available on both mini— and microcomputer hardware. LS/2000 is an enhanced version of the Integrated Library System (ILS) developed at the National Library of Medicine and is a product of a joint development effort between OCLC and Online Computer Systems, Inc. Efforts are successfully under way to incorporate enhancements previously developed by AVATAR (a library automation company acquired last year by OCLC). This integration will be completed by July 1984. [Full Announcement].